Theory of Energy Harmony


  1. Energy Balance.

The first chapter deals with the fundamental concepts describing the observed regularities of two-way energy interactions in this world: attraction and repulsion, merging and separation, creation and destruction. Historically they were attributed to gods responsible for these processes. In the era of science, they were called ‘forces,’ but this concept did not differ much from the old mystical one. We are in a vicious circle as all these ancient and modern models create the illusion of explanation as the physical mechanism is not disclosed. The question remains: how does it work physically?

The chapter also dwells upon one more old concept derived empirically: the law of conservation of energy. It is a phenomenological description that has not yet acquired an explanation. Trying to explain it within the prevailing corpuscular paradigm of the Standard Model of particle physics (SM) creates more magical properties of the virtual particles: they appear from nowhere and disappear into nowhere or travel back in time, defying any sense of physical causality. They even defy the fundamental balance law itself: according to the model, some particles have more energy than the particles that created them. Mathematical tricks in the form of special ‘operators’ responsible for particle birth and annihilation does not save the model from the fact that it operates with ghosts. The chapter begins to take the reader out of SM’s ‘wonderland’ onto the solid ground of physical sense by explaining why fundamental energy-mass relationship and wave function equations can have both a positive and a negative solution and why the balance is working. For that, it switches to oscillatory and wave phenomena descriptions.

  1. Basic Energy Pulse.

This chapter continues to look at various interaction phenomena from the proposed model point of view, explains the binary nature of basic energy fluctuations without using particle-antiparticle duality hypothesis within SM, and thus avoids a set of contradictory conclusions of the old model.

  1. Phantom Particles and Real Wave Physics.

This chapter deals with wave-particle duality, which is considered a compromise that avoids the contradictions of a corpuscular paradigm. Some think the issue has been settled. But calling something a compromise does not mean it got rid of the problems. Moreover, the name ‘wave-particle duality’ is nominal, as SM speaks exclusively about particles. Thus, it states such oxymorons: interference of an indivisible, elementary particle with itself; an indivisible particle has wavelength and frequency; interference patterns are not physical wave patterns, but waves of the probability of particles being here, there, or anywhere; a particle behaves either as a particle or as a wave to fool the experimenter. Richard Feynman called it “the mysterious behavior in its most strange form … which is impossible, absolutely impossible, to explain in any classical way.” Half a century has passed since this confession of one of the founding fathers of SM. Still, it has not been explained in any way if we do not consider the usual references to magical quantum properties of virtual particles. The chapter shows that the mystery can be solved in a classical (physical) way without any problem.

  1. The Mystery of Electricity.

This chapter takes us back to the issues that, to many people, seem to have been resolved a long time ago. It is an illusion. Even though our modern civilization rests upon the practical use of electromagnetic interaction, no model has explained it so far. Here again, changing the wording from powers of God to lines of force or the power of the electromagnetic field does not mean that we are talking physics. Without explaining the mechanism, we are walking in a circle. The chapter describes the riddles of the electromagnetic interaction and takes each one under the scrutiny of a new model showing how they can be resolved.

  1. The Mystery of Fundamental Interactions.

This chapter proceeds from the hypothesis that all types of fundamental interactions (strong nuclear, weak nuclear, electromagnetic, gravitational) are different levels of the same mechanism of interaction proposed in the Theory of Energy Harmony and describes various phenomena from this point of view. It goes from everyday electric currents to superconductivity. It explains ‘quantum entanglement’ in a classical way without any quantum mysteries and keeps physical and common sense intact. It looks at gravitation as a real interaction and not some illusion created by the space-time phantom curvature. It even deals with the old mystery of the two sides of this interaction, thus changing the perspective. There is not only gravitation but repulsion and balance as with any other type of energy process.

  1. Hydrodynamic Analogy.

This chapter widens the scope of the model to interactions that are not considered fundamental. It shows that the regularities of all known energy interactions are the same and can be explained by the universal mechanism. It takes us back to the old experiments in hydrodynamics that have shown complete analogy to other interactions but were put aside by the mainstream for the lack of an explanation. The chapter returns to the initial descriptive hydrodynamic analogy used at the onset of the electrodynamics and gives it a new boost by answering why manifestations of various processes are analogous. It shows why the good old classical formulas derived empirically and describing various interactions look identical but only use different symbols for parameters. Thus, it takes them from the phenomenological model level to a model with explanatory power.

  1. Canceling the Void.

Why does the mainstream avoid analogies of interactions in the clearly tangible environment like water with interactions that are going on in ‘empty’ space? The answer is in the question: they consider it empty. What mediators can carry interactions in the void? It can only be done by virtual particles flying through it. Standard Model started from the invention of massless photons as carriers of light and proceeded with a never-ending list of the ‘particle zoo.’ For some reason, the stories of incorporeal angels carrying interactions on their wings through the void are considered scientific to this day.

The chapter shows at what cross-road was the wrong turn to the dead-end taken and brings us back to another possible road where we may see the light at the end of the tunnel. There is no sense in reviving the old mechanical models of the energy environment (‘ether models’) as they had internal inconsistencies and contradicted some of the observed phenomena. But there is still less sense in talking about the void if we want to talk physics. The energy environment is certainly not a void, but it is also not a mechanical set of discrete pieces. Energy is also not some entity separate from matter. The chapter shows the mistakes of such direction of thought and describes the way out of the impasse. It demonstrates physically plausible characteristics of the energy continuum that are in line with the empirical data we have and gives a direction for further investigation of this so far largely uncharted territory.

  1. Nuclear Fusion and Decay from a New Perspective.

Whatever scale of Matter we are studying, the question of the medium remains. Current nuclear level theories are based on the planetary model of an atom with ‘balls’ of particles flying in the void between them. To explain the observed phenomena of nuclear reactions, the model invents new virtual particles. But the result is that the theory does not have explanatory and predictive power. SM is just smart in the art of producing equations in which the number of virtual particles and their mysterious quantum properties are adjusted to the result of empirical studies.

Theory drags behind, and practical progress is not due to a good model but happens despite the bad model. The hierarchy of ghosts invented by SM is so complicated that people associate it with the complexity of nature. But nature demonstrates the same regularities in all kinds of energy interactions. Its mathematics is extremely simple and boils down to ratios of integer numbers. The chapter offers solutions without any unnecessary complication and multiplication of entities. It looks at the results of old experiments and at some recent ones that just couldn’t happen within predictions of SM but are elegantly explained by Theory of Energy Harmony.

  1. In Search for a Unified Theory of Fundamental Interactions.

This search has been going on for a long time. All prominent theoretical physicists tried to work out some kind of an integrated model. There are many examples, but if we take just one, we can see the problem. Grand Unified Theory tries to combine electromagnetic, weak and strong forces in one model by inventing a new force. The model says it just has to exist to unify other forces. The trick is an old one: if you do not have an explanation of a physical mechanism, just say it’s the mysterious ways of a virtual entity that you invent to explain things.

Why does the unification of different interactions does not happen within our modeling process? Is it because physical regularities are various? No, they are fundamentally universal. But theoretical splitting is so strong that it has become strict segregation. The chapter shows how discoveries and adequate physical modeling explaining the observed energy interactions in one area of study do not reflect on the others that have put blinkers of SM on their eyes. It takes a wide range of areas and a broad historical view on the ideas and experiments that lead us to the conclusion that seems obvious in hindsight: analogy makes sense. If the same equations can describe the systems, this means that they are physically similar. And vice versa: if systems have the same underlying physical mechanism, they can be described with the same words and symbols. The details may vary as we may be looking at different levels of the same process, but the essence remains the same.

  1. Sunset of the Mechanical Model and Wave Model Dawn.

This chapter continues the list of analogies from a wide area of studies and gives an explanation within the Theory of Energy Harmony, thus showing that it unifies not only fundamental interactions but is a model for all known energy interactions. It claims to combine all similar phenomena into a coherent and consistent model by looking at them as processes in a continuous oscillatory energy environment with various levels where parameter details differ, but regularities are the same as they are manifestations of the universal physical mechanism.

  1. Birth of a New Science.

This chapter is devoted to the previous studies of the proposed mechanism, thus showing that the new theory is not a ‘heaven sent’ revelation but has a long history and is grounded on empirical research, theoretical modeling, intuitive and mathematical descriptions made by generations of scientists. It just takes their ideas a little further, thus overcoming the pathological state of disintegration and segregation of various fields of study.

  1. Harmonization of Chaos.

This chapter continues to describe the mechanism and explains why it is the answer to the ancient ontological question: how does order appear from chaos? The old answer was the creationist idea of a super entity responsible for everything in this world. The new approach states that the creator of structures is not an entity transcendental to Matter but is a process imminent to Matter. But it is not enough to state that it is a self-organizing and self-sustained process that does not need any ubiquitous supervisor. Saying that something is not created but is emergent does not provide an explanation. Only showing the mechanism, answering how it physically works takes us out of the magical childish way of thinking into the physical modeling that will have adequate explanatory and predictive power. We can harmonize our understanding of this world, which has general laws of energy transformation and interaction of forms of matter. Harmonization of the chaos of our views on reality will lead to harmonious interaction with this reality.

The chapter also contains bridges to the following volumes that will take us from non-living to living Matter, starting from the general levels of description and going down to the finest physical, physiological and technological details on how living systems form, function, develop and adapt to the world in which they exist.